Students will learn and critically analyze the components of radio and podcast production including: interviewing, story development, script writing, interview techniques, remote and digital audio recording, editing of sound, mixing, and final production for broadcast. The course includes a lecture component and lab time where the instructor will consult with students on their practice and production assignments including short (30 seconds) and longer formats (around 4 minutes). Podcasts will be posted to a website and/or SoundCloud. Limited to three attempts.
Recommended Prerequisite: COMM 302 or permission of instructor
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